Lambda Lambda Lambda, in Pristhina, Kosovo

Europa and the Bull

Europa and the Bull, installation view

Europa and the Bull takes the Greek myth as a starting point to reflect on geography and its representation, romanticism, materials as symbols, the fetish we have towards objects and images as well as human fascination with zoology

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Wysing Arts Centre Fox Road, Bourn, Cambridge, CB23 2TX

Wysing Polyphonic

Jennifer Walshe and Tomomi Adachi at Wysing Polyphonic

Time and again, artists made clear the nature of music and sound as material process. Breath pushed through a hollow vulture bone. A horse hair bow run across metal strings. Hands slapped against wet clay. Review by Luke Naessens

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SculptureCenter, 44-19 Purves St, Long Island City, NY 11101

Leslie Hewitt: Collective Stance

Installation view, Leslie Hewitt: Collective Stance, SculptureCenter, 2016. Photo: Kyle Knodell

Leslie Hewitt’s new exhibition at the SculptureCenter in Queens, New York, is surprising for its spartan modesty, a quietude that highlights both the riveting intellect and powerful emotional current of her work. Review by Liam Hess

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Tyneside Cinema Gallery, 10 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QG

Chris Watson: The Town Moor: A Portrait in Sound

Watson’s audio collage transcends the limitations of various other artistic approaches through its expression of the passing of time, and articulation of the multiple identities of public spaces. The ensemble of recordings depict the town moor as a natural place, a meeting place, a place for partying, and a place for relaxing, a place for both people and nature, within the city. Review by Zara Worth

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Chisenhale Gallery, 64 Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ

Yuri Pattison: user, space

Yuri Pattison, user, space (2016). Installation view, Chisenhale Gallery, 2016. Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery, London. Courtesy of the artist; mother's tankstation limited, Dublin; Helga Maria Klosterfelde, Berlin; and Labor, Mexico.

A long table surrounded by Ikea-style chairs runs through the centre of the gallery, while in one corner, a separate environment for relaxing houses oversized cushions and shelves of plants. And everywhere, there is the physical manifestation of tech: wires, adapters, servers, computers, and cameras, creating a cacophony of noise that hums throughout the installation. Review by William Rees

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Maureen Paley, 21 Herald St, London E2 6JT

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans, The State We're In, A, unframed inkjet print, 273 x 410 cm, 2015, exhibition view, ground floor gallery: Maureen Paley, London 2016

‘Say you’re in if you’re in. What is lost is lost forever’. Liam Hess reviews Wolfgang Tillmans at Maureen Paley, an exhibition somewhat overshadowed by its political context.

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Kadist Foundation, Paris

Margo Wolowiec, interviewed by Arash Fayez

This interview was shot in Wolowiec's studio in Queens NY, April 2016. Here, she addresses the various steps of her process from sourcing social-media imagery with an instagram aggregator app, to weaving and printing with sublimation dye.

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SPACE, 131 Mare St 131 Mare St, London E8 3RH

Josh Bilton: Undersong

Undersong

In his exhibition at SPACE Josh Bilton takes Portland stone as his focus, looking at its displacement from Portland to London and the duality of these two locations. Review by Rosie Ram

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The Averard Hotel, 10 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3LH

Maybe your lens is scratched?

Astray (Part II): Smoking, 2016

‘Maybe your lens is scratched?’ hinges on a relationship between space and image disrupted by economic and political changes (rising inequality, international capital, privatization of space, shell corporations).

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Galerie Ron Mandos, Prinsengracht 282, 1016 HJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Stream of Consciousness

Stream of Consciousness, Installation View

The unique group exhibition ‘Stream of Consciousness’ brings together perception-challenging works by artist collective Troika, Tom Lore de Jong and Goof Kloosterman. The title of the show refers to a term mostly used in literature which describes the notion of a stream of thoughts and feelings that pass through the mind.

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Hannah Hoffman Gallery, 1010 N Highland Avenue, Los Angeles 90038

A Change of Heart

Installation view: A Change of Heart, curated by Chris Sharp, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, 2016

The exhibition, ‘A Change of Heart’, curated by Chris Sharp at Hannah Hoffman Gallery, examines and celebrates flowers and our natural fascination with them, focusing on artwork created from the 1960s onward. Review by Hyunjee Nicole Kim

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